In this week’s mailbag, find out why you shouldn’t always open your door to the police, why the FBI qualification test has changed, my top recommendation for night vision goggles and more.
Today, Jason gives six tips on how to handle a stalker. Although women are more likely to be victimized by stalking, it can happen to anyone. So take notes and share this information with the people you love. It just might save their lives.
If you’re taken hostage, the first 30 minutes are the most critical. Should you ever find yourself in a hostage situation, here are six things you can do to survive that first half hour — and hopefully make it home to your loved ones unharmed.
As I’ve said before, the most important thing you can do if you’re caught in an active shooter scenario is MOVE. Once you are in a defensive position that is well hidden and away from the site of the shooting, it’s time for the next phase of survival.
Selling a house is stressful enough without having to worry about the security of your home while it’s on the market. Here are five ways you can keep your home safe and secure while still appealing to potential buyers.
In a natural disaster or other emergency, you are pretty much on your own. You can’t always depend on local police or fire personnel to come save the day. So as you’re preparing — purchasing supplies and gear — you should also consider taking classes in one or more of these four skill sets.
If you’re assaulted in a confined area — without a firearm — and you have no choice but to fight back, then you need to overwhelm your attacker with force. In other words, you should perform this specific attack with everything you’ve got.
Most people purposefully choose a secluded area for their bug-out location so they won’t have to contend with outsiders. So today, I want to share with you five ways to help keep your bug-out location secure when you are not using it.
Caleb Lee shows you how to tell if a gun is loaded — even when someone is pointing it in your face. If you’re ever caught up in an armed robbery or a home invasion, this information could save your life.
In my line of work I expect to receive threats and deal with harassment from weirdos. But the fact is it can happen to anyone in any profession. If you’re being stalked, here are five things you can do to protect yourself and hopefully put a stop to the torment.